"The Damascus regime has neither the credibility nor moral authority to preside over the CD. The international community must not be silent."
The ministry did not specify which news outlets it was referring to; however, numerous Arab sources reported on the incident.
Israel's Defense Ministry underlined Israel's view that the Iranian presence should be entirely eradicated from Syria, not only militarily.
Despite much speculation the circumstances surrounding the incident remain unclear. Russia and Israel have not confirmed or denied the reports.
There must be some twisted UN logic to appointing the country with the most recent experience in using chemical weapons on civilians to the forum that tries to ban their use in the first place.
The Syrians want the Israeli attacks to stop and figured out how to stop them.
Report: Iranian Ambassador in Jordan: We Have Reached Understandings with Regional Players to Prevent...
Elaph reports that Israel and Iran held secret negotiations in Jordan.
The agenda is to include the recent U.S. withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal with Iran.
"We are also operating against the transfer of deadly weapons from Syria to Lebanon or their manufacture in Lebanon."
"We are working to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons. At the same time we are working against the establishment of an Iranian military presence against us."
Three Israeli soldiers have been missing since the battle of Sultan Yacoub in the 1982 Lebanon War.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Friday that Israel had attacked the a-Dab'a airport, which is not far from the border with Lebanon.
Hariri is considered Lebanon's leading Sunni politician.
Arab media reported several explosions were heard in the area, in addition to the sounds of the S-200 missile defense system being activated.
A US military official speaking to Reuters denied any knowledge of the alleged strikes.
The researchers examined satellite photos of the facility, concluding that the work there is being conducted mostly at night, and appears to focus on advanced rocket engines and rocket fuel.
Meanwhile, BP has concluded an agreement for 20 years of an annual supply of 2 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by the US company Venture Global Calcasieu Pass.
Two weeks after the most extensive Israeli assault on Syria since the Yom Kippur War, Major General Norkin said, "The Adir planes are already operational and are flying operational missions."
“We will apply unprecedented financial pressure on the Iranian regime,” he said. “The leaders in Tehran will have no doubt about our seriousness."
A few hours earlier, the Bosphorous Observer reported that a large Syrian cargo plane left Tehran for Damascus.
The Iranian controlled Hezbollah is concerned by Saudi interference.
"The explosions struck several regime depots of weapons and fuel at Hama military airport," said Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The last time an international UN force was posted between Israel and the Gaza Strip was in May of 1967, and it packed up and left as soon as Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser ordered it to scram.
Recent surveys show that most Gazans still support Hamas, so they aren't likely to use this opportunity to leave Gaza forever.
“Haniyeh returned to Gaza, Hamas gave an order ... and miraculously, this spontaneous protest by a public that could not handle the situation any more dissipated.”